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15 Storage solutions [Part 2]

The fifteen frugal ideas on organizing your clutter were originally used to satisfy the demand of Youtube Audiences. But today, no more. Utilize the ideas today and save your time tomorrow. As you already know,  your time is a precious commodity. It is a straight line to the future, and you can’t turn it back.

Continue our Storage solution list; here, we give you other storage makeover ideas you can apply in your apartment or a simple rental house. Good luck with your organizing effort, and let’s start the countdown. BTW, Go to this link to check out our first storage solution list if interested. If you have enough internet data, you can also check the Youtube version of the compilation here.

1. VELCRO Brand – Industrial Strength


Using Velcro on commonly misplaced objects is one of the fastest, cheapest ways to get organized. Never lose your remote control again! Just place a thin strip of Velcro on the back of the remote, and the opposite strip on the side of your TV stand for easy and quick storage. (via amazon)

2. Organization Project With Apartment Guide

Everyone needs at least one junk drawer, but finding anything specific can be tedious. Wooden laths are cheap at a local hardware store. Use these to build your compartments in the junk drawer at home. It will take a few nails and some measuring, but this is a quick and straightforward solution to keep like-objects together and stay organized. (via Onecrazyhouse)

3. Sealer clips

sealer clips
The kitchen presents an entire array of stray objects. Tired of digging through the snack cabinet to find what you want? Hang your bags of snacks from a wire rack by using sealer clips with hooks. This will help with the space above the shelf when you can hang each potato chip bag on its hook. It will also keep them from getting crushed (unless you like that). (via HGTV)

4. Refrigerator bins

refrigerator bins
Is there any way to organize the refrigerator so that they can in the back can be quickly and cleanly retrieved? Sure—just put your refrigerated items in bins of like-food.

It might take some shopping around to find the proper storage bins to fit in each section of your refrigerator, but it’s a fast and cheap fix. They’ll slide in and out quickly, and it makes for easy cleanup if your radishes decide to spoil and liquidize. Just slide your vegetable bin out and clean that one container instead of the entire refrigerator. (via Actualites24h)

5. Whitmor Supreme Kitchen Baker’s Rack as a Versatile Storage Unit for Your Kitchen

This perfectly sized Whitmore Supreme Kitchen Baker’s Rack lives up to its name. It fits easily along a wall or unused space to store crock pots, large kitchen items, pots and pans, and cutting boards. With an adjustable shelving unit, store the oversized items below, use the wood top as a butcher block or veggie cutting station, and hang your pots and pans from the top shelf. This attractive storage unit will not only add to the look of your kitchen but also save tons of space. (via Amazon)

6. RiverRidge Kids 6 Bin Storage Cabinet Espresso review

riveridge kids
One of the most challenging areas to organize (let alone keep clean) is the children’s play area. Yet it’s all easily organized with this RiverRidge Kids 6 Bin Storage Cabinet. This great-looking bin has six cubbies with colorful baskets to help kids learn to clean up. It comes in a non-toxic finish and is a fun addition to the play area. The great thing about the fabric storage baskets is they’re foldable if you put them out of sight instead. This helpful bin keeps toys organized and out of sight, even if your kid is extraordinarily neat-freakish. (via Amazon)

7. Utilize a Garment bag

garment pags
So what about the wrapping paper? You’ve probably tried to store it in any object that seems large enough to hold a few rolls. But if you have kids, they are usually used as light sabers.

Find an old plastic garment bag with a hanger cut out at the top. Then fill the bag with the rolls of wrapping paper, insert the hanger at the top, and hang it inside a closet for easy storage and quick access. Now your Christmas season is not only filled with spirit but also with rolls of organized wrapping paper! (via Goodhousekeeping)

8. A Storage solution for your Yard tools

yard tools

Yard tools can offer a new frustration in storing them along the garage wall so that you don’t catapult yourself by stepping on the hoe. Use small cut sections of PVC pipe nailed to a 2×4 board and mounted on the wall at waist height. Put each item through one hole to keep it up and in place. Shovel, hoe, rake, and other yard tools fit perfectly inside the small pipe sections and are easily removed when you need to use them. (via Guidepatterns)

9. Organizing tips using an Old pallet storage solution

yard tool pallete
Don’t have PVC pipe or the time to assemble a new wall rack? Just use an old palate. If you don’t have one already, ask a local hardware store if they have an extra. By removing the top two or three rows of boards on the palate, you can easily fit rakes and other tools when you stand it up along the garage wall. Leave the bottom of the palate intact to stabilize the utensils. The palate should allow you to store several items side by side. This is a quick and affordable fix for organizing your yard tools. (via Ibbieosman)

10. An Easy purse hanger idea

purse hanger
If you’re in the mood to organize your closet, use something as simple as shower curtain hooks to store your purses. You can easily hang them from a rod, and you can be as creative as you like with the style of hooks! Get bedazzled, rustic, or any other style hooks and hang them individually on your clothes rod in the closet for easy purse access. (via Homemadebycarmona)

11. Hooks ideas for your weekend bags

Additionally, if you have a walk-in closet, be willing to use wasted space by placing hooks or shelves up high to store your weekend bags or suitcases.

This will take a heavier-duty hook or shelf, but the result will be worth it when luggage bags are neatly stowed away instead of lingering on the floor in the corner of the room. Use caution when hanging heavy items, though. Make sure if you’re using a mounted hook, it is securely fastened to the wall. Don’t forget that wasted space overtops the doorway! (via Hative)

12. DIY room organization using Tin cans

Where are your pens, pencils, scissors, and small accessories? Probably in the junk drawer that nobody dares to organize. It doesn’t have to be so intimidating, though. Find a couple of old cans—large soup cans or old coffee tins and decorate them how you like. You can even wrap them in a cool material of your choice using hot glue. Store like objects in each tin along your windowsill or someplace easily accessible. (via Easydiyfurniture)

13. A Shower caddy idea

shower caddy
Spices piled high in the kitchen cabinet are more likely to create an avalanche than Mount Everest! Before you get steamrolled with paprika and onion powder, stick them all in a large shower caddy hung conveniently on the inside of a pantry door. If you can find an adjustable shower caddy, it’s even more convenient to lower the rack to the perfect height. Find one that works for you, and your spices will be easy to grab while cooking. (via Praxsyn)

14. Adhesive hooks

adhesive hooks
Dinner will be much quicker if you can find the right lid to your pot without tearing down the kitchen. The lid you need is always at the bottom of the pans. For a quick fix, plastic adhesive hooks can be placed strategically on the inside kitchen cabinet doors to the right size for your pot lids. When you’re done with a lid, just stick it inside the plastic hooks, and you’ll always know exactly where to find each lid—plus, it’s out of the way. (via Instructables)

15. Box Shelves

box shelf
The ultimate dilemma is what to do with great grandma’s ancient piece of pottery or Aunt Suzie’s cross-stitched tissue box. Sometimes you just have to hang on to the family pieces, but finding the right spot for them can be tricky. Box shelves are one of the most trendy and easy solutions to storing valuables up high. Whether you get them at the store or you build them yourself, box shelves can take any shape or form. You can make a corner box shelf if you’re particularly gifted. It makes the perfect spot to stick that awkward vase, and you can store things inside the box or on top of it- or both! (via Etsy)




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